Organization: Cincinnati 2030 District, an initiative of Green Umbrella
Join us for the 50% Solutions Series!
Operational Strategies for Healthy Buildings
The professional expertise offered in all upcoming virtual 50% solutions series will be offered for free to the public as part of our commitment to supporting solutions for creating a healthy and sustainably built environment in our region.
In the wake of the current public health crisis, building managers are being tasked with ensuring their facilities are healthy and promote wellness, and at the same time maintain continuity of their tenant’s operations. As we enter this uncharted era, this seminar will identify challenges and operational strategies to improve occupant safety and health recognizing the financial landscape that may lie ahead.
- Common challenges to facility operations – pre and post Covid-19.
- Emerging public health recommendations that every building operator should know now:
- Increased outside air ventilation
- Maintain humidity levels
- Improved Filtration and air cleaning
- Practical strategies for assessing current conditions and making improvements.
- Developing a roadmap for a high-performance buildings– what is practical now? Where is the building industry going from here?
Siemens Smart Infrastructure Presenters:
Tim Foster, Director, Strategic Accounts, has been with Siemens since 2007 and in the building automation and energy efficiency industry for 30 years and has served in various local and regional positions focusing on new construction, service, technology, and energy efficiency retrofit projects. He currently manages key account relationships in Fortune 500 and Higher Education markets collaborating on digital transformation solutions for the built environment.
Tim earned a B.S. degree from West Virginia University, and is qualified as a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and LEED accredited professional.
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David Eslinger, is an energy engineer with 20 years’ experience in building controls, performance contracting, heating and cooling, lighting, mechanical systems, industrial process equipment, combined heat and power, and renewable power generation. In his current role, he develops new energy projects and services for Siemens building automation customers around Cincinnati, ranging from retro-commissioning air handling units to optimization of chilled water plants. David also helps deploy cloud-based data analytics to help sustain energy savings and improve operations and maintenance productivity.
David received a B.A., Physics degree from Grinnel College, and M.S. Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is qualified as a Certified Energy Manager, and member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
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